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Translation of "laugh" - English-Turkish dictionary

laugh

verb [I]     /lɑːf/
A2 to smile while making sounds with your voice that show you are happy or think something is funny gülmek You never laugh at my jokes. She really makes me laugh. It's very rare that a book is so good you laugh out loud. It was so funny, we burst out laughing (= laughed suddenly and loudly). →  See also be no laughing matter Laughing and smiling
Translations of “laugh”
in Arabic يَضْحَك…
in Korean 웃다…
in Malaysian ketawa…
in French rire…
in Italian ridere…
in Chinese (Traditional) (出聲地)笑,大笑…
in Russian смеяться…
in Polish śmiać się…
in Vietnamese cười…
in Spanish reír…
in Portuguese rir…
in Thai หัวเราะ…
in German lachen…
in Catalan riure…
in Japanese (人)が笑う…
in Indonesian tertawa…
in Chinese (Simplified) (出声地)笑,大笑…
(Definition of laugh verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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